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Fundamentals of Reaction Engineering - Examples

Fundamentals of Reaction Engineering - Examples
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ISBN: 978-87-7681-512-7
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Pages : 41
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Description

This is the companion volume for the introductory text “Fundamentals of Reaction Engineering”, which covers the basic elements of chemical reactor design. The solved problems cover material and energy balances in simple flow systems and non-ideal flow. Exothermic-reversible reactions have been handled with solutions involving staged reactor systems. Problems on heat and mass transfer to/from catalyst pellets have been included, with emphasis on the formulation of global reaction rate expressions and different ways of modelling fixed bed catalytic reactors.

Content

  1. Chapter I: Homogeneous reactions – Isothermal reactors
  2. Chapter II: Homogeneous reactions – Non-isothermal reactors
  3. Chapter III: Catalytic reactions – Isothermal reactors
  4. Chapter IV: Catalytic reactions – Non-isothermal reactors

About the Author

R. Kandiyoti (b. Istanbul, Turkey, 1942) received his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University in New York (1965) and his PhD degree from Imperial College London (1969). He has served as member of academic staff in Chemical Engineering Departments of the Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey, 1969-72) and Boğaziçi University (Istanbul, Turkey, 1974-80), before joining Imperial College London (1980), where he served as Professor of Chemical Engineering and co-ordinator of the Energy Engineering Group until 2008. On retirement in 2008, he was appointed "Distinguished Research Fellow" in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London.

R. Kandiyoti has worked in the general area of fuels and energy and has authored or co-authored over 350 publications on topics relating to experimental reactor design for pyrolysis, gasification, and liquefaction, the thermochemical characterization of fossil fuels, biomass and waste, the characterization of heavy hydrocarbon liquids and the environmental aspects of power generation. He has overseen forty PhD projects. His books include "Solid Fuels and Heavy Hydrocarbon Liquids: Thermal Characterization and Analysis" [Elsevier, 2006; co-authored with A.A. Herod and K.D. Bartle], and "Fundamentals of Reaction Engineering” [Ventus Publishing, 2009, Frederiksberg, Denmark]. His work on the geopolitics of oil and gas transmission has been summarized in several papers and the book, "Pipelines: Flowing oil and crude politics" [I.B. Tauris, 2008, London].

Among others, R. Kandiyoti has served as advisor to SASOL (South Africa Synthetic Oil Co Ltd.) and the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) of the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. He is an Honorary Professor of Taiyuan University of Technology (Taiyuan, Shanxi Province) and Guest Professor at China Petroleum University in Tsingtao (Shandong Province).

http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/people/r.kandiyoti

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